On Thu, Nov 02, 2000 at 08:12:09PM -0600, Alan S. Harrell wrote:
> I've seen this disclaimer a few times before from subscribers on my
> lists and others. One subscriber told me that his employer put that on
> every outgoing message and he had no control over it.
> Whether or not you find it offensive or in your case, grist for the
> humor mill, you have to admit it is a little wasteful, bandwidth-wise.
> I think were it ever to become prevalent on my lists, I might consider
> bouncing those messages.
I have already asked one use to leave a mailing list I manage because
of this issue. Whether or not in (UK) law I or other list members (but
mainly me) may be liable for anything is a guess to yet be tested, but
I am not willing to either take that risk, or let stupid
people/companies/lawyers get the world used to this.
That particular mailing list is not public access, but nor is it
limited to members with legally binding contracts...
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From: "Alan S. Harrell" <firstname.lastname@example.org>